Countdown to Graduation!

June 16, 2021

Congratulations Viking Class of 2021! You did it! We are proud of you!

Senior Activities

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We are excited to honor our seniors with an in-person Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, from 6:00-7:00 PM in the Hueneme High School Quad!

This event is by invitation only! For a list of Student ID#s that received an email invitation, CLICK HERE.

Seniors should check their official OUHSD ( email address if they are on the list above. Details for the event are contained within the email.  

If you received an invitation via email, CLICK HERE TO RSVP BY FRIDAY, MAY 28, 2021!


  • Face masks will be required
  • Event will be outdoors, so please come prepared
  • You will need a mobile device to complete your COVID check at the front of the school on Bard Road
  • Event will start promptly at 6:00 PM. Please arrive early!



You may park in the front campus parking lot or on the streets. The entrance will be on Bard Road.

Recognize seniors who have been admitted to the University of California system by joining us on Thursday, June 3, 2021, from 4:30 – 5:30 PM for a Drive Thru Celebration! 

If you are a UC admitted student and want to RSVP for this event, please contact Ms. Vasquez by May 26, 2021:

  • Student ticket $30 for unlimited use of the park and rides! Tickets are presale only at the Hueneme High School Bookkeeper’s window from 11:00 AM-3:00 PM, Monday through Thursday! No sales at the event. One ticket per Senior.
  • Students must fill out a liability activity form (permission slip)
  • Prize giveaways every 30 minutes; Seniors must be present to win
  • Casual or formal dress encouraged (must follow HHS dress code)
  • Park will NOT be closed to the general public
  • Snack bar will be open for food sales



  • All students subject temperature check and health screening
  • MASKS REQUIRED on rides and in the indoor Arcade
  • MASKS OPTIONAL outside on the golf course with proper social distancing

If you would like to purchase your Chromebook, you must bring $40 cash to the Bookkeeper’s window and fill out the Google Form here  by Wednesday, June 16, 2021. Thank you!

Did you pre-order a sweatshirt?

Please bring your ID (or StudentVue) and receipt when pick up your sweatshirt at the main entrance gate (front lot):

  • Friday, June 11, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Tuesday, June 15, 12:00 – 2:00 pm


Sorry, there will be no extra sweatshirts for sale.

Please check your accounts to see what books you need to return or what fines you owe.  Outstanding books will be considered “lost” and you will be charged for them.

If you are ordering books online to replace lost/damaged books, the replacement books must be turned into the Textbook Room by Thursday, June 10, 2021. This will give time to clear your textbooks and fines prior to graduation. 

Outdated books (books that are not longer being used in class or books that are obsolete MAY NOT BE REPLACED; you must pay for these books if they are lost or damaged.

Monday – Thursday: 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Friday: Closed

Please email Peggy Trude for more information or if you have any questions:

Yearbook Pickup

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION at the bookkeeper’s window 
-Tuesday, June 15, 2021
-Wednesday, June 16, 2021
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

Please bring your ID/StudentVue and your receipt!

Extra yearbooks will be available for sale, but SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED!


There’s still time to apply for financial aid. While the priority deadline passed on March 2, 2021, you may still qualify for financial aid if you plan to attend community college or a trade/vocational school full-time this Fall!

Students should fill out the FAFSA or the CA DREAM Act application.  Click here to view a financial aid presentation.

The FAFSA is open to:

For the FAFSA, make sure you have:

  • Your Social Security Number (SSN #) or documents related to your eligible non-citizen status
  • Your Parent(s) 2019 Tax Returns
  • Your 2019 Tax Returns (if you filed taxes that year)

Click here to link to the FAFSA website!

The CA DREAM Act application is open to:

  • Undocumented students
  • Students with a valid or expired DACA
  • U Visa holders
  • Have Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Nonresident students who qualify for a non-resident exemption under Assembly Bill (AB) 540.

Click here to read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the CA DREAM Act application.

For the DREAM Act, make sure you have:

  • W-2 forms and other 2018 records of income (if you or your parents have any)
  • 2018 income tax return (s) (if you or your parents have one) For more information if you or your parents return(s) have not been completed, see
    the instructions on the CA Dream Act Application
  • Current bank statements (if applicable)

Click here to link to the CA DREAM Act Application!

Go Vikings!

All seniors should request at least one official copy of their transcript. 

Click here to access the transcript request website.


Attendance on Monday, June 14 and Tuesday, June 15, 2021
-Please check with your Periods 1-4 teachers regarding attendance.

Attendance on Wednesday, June 16, 2021
A Google form will be released for you to complete. PLEASE COMPLETE THE ATTENDANCE FORM BY 8:00PM!

Caps and gowns can be picked up with a photo ID from the Main Office windows:

  • Monday – Thursday, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Friday, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM


Cap and Gown Orders
There is still time to order caps and gowns!

  • To rent a cap and gown, CLICK HERE. The form must be completed by Sunday, June 13, 2021. 
  • For a basic cap and gown order (cap, gown, and tassel only), CLICK HERE.
  • For other cap and gown packages, CLICK HERE.
  • If you have questions, email Mr. Jeff Zavala:
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Seniors can pick up four (4)  guest tickets on June 15  at the main office windows.

(Pets will not be allowed at graduation)

Pickup hours to be announced soon. Thank you for your patience!


In an effort to ensure enough parking spaces for our guests at Graduation, we are providing a bus to transport graduating Seniors to Channel Islands High School so graduates do not have to drive separately.

Please complete this form if you would like to take the bus to Channel Islands High School. Transportation is ONE WAY ONLY.

Departure times and exact drop-off location TO BE ANNOUNCED. Please check back! Thank you!

We are excited to announce we will have an in-person, outdoor graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021!

When: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 4:30 PM 

Where: Channel Islands High School Football Field

  • Why is graduation at Channel Islands High School this year? Graduation Commencement Exercises would traditionally have been held at Hueneme High School’s Andy McEuen Stadium.  However, the field is under renovation and currently does not have homestand bleachers to hold all of our guests.  In the interest of capacity, social distancing protocol, and proximity, we carefully considered the following locations as alternates:
    • CHANNEL ISLANDS HIGH SCHOOL, 1400 Raiders Way (2.3 miles from HHS)
      • Four tickets (with the possibility of one additional ticket) per Senior for guests.
      • Allows for least 1,848 guests with proper social distancing between families.
    • OXNARD COLLEGE, 4000 S. Rose Ave. (1.7 miles from HHS) and OXNARD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, 800 Hobson Way (2.5 miles from HHS)
      • Maximum of two tickets per Senior for guests at each venue.
      • Allows for a maximum of 924 guests with proper social distancing between families.
      • Oxnard College only offers paid parking
  • After careful consideration of proximity to Hueneme High School and accommodating as many families and friends as possible to celebrate with the Class of 2021, Channel Islands High School was the best option to host our Commencement Exercises. 

Who: Each graduating senior will receive four (4) tickets for the ceremony. Please check back here for details on how and when to pick up tickets. No extra tickets will be distributed due to social distancing. Bleachers will be marked appropriately for each family. Please bring a mask. Graduation will also be live-streamed and accessible from the Hueneme High School website and Viking Vision. Graduation begins at 4:30 PM. Click here to view the live-stream.

How: There will be NO graduation rehearsal for students. Seniors will follow the lead of Hueneme High School faculty and staff.

Dress Code

Female Graduates (those who identify as female):
Dress appropriately for this important event: a dress, skirt/top, or dressy pants and blouse.
Shoes: comfortable flats, wedge heels, tennis shoes, dressy sandals, or block heels (bigger than 1 inch heel at the base) 
Because of the new Stadium Field, Stiletto heels MAY NOT be worn. The pointed heel will break through the surface and damage the field.

Male Graduates (those who identify as male):
Dress appropriately for this important event: collared shirt, (tie and/or suit coat optional) and dress slacks.
Shoes: Dress shoes or tennis shoes.

Please take into consideration the following rules when decorating your graduation cap.

 NO offensive language, sayings, nicknames, symbols, sports logos, pictures, or lyrics on cap.
 NO objects such as signs, stuffed animals, bells, flowers, or any 3D object may rest on the cap.
ALL decorations MUST LAY FLAT on the cap ONLY (Nothing can lay perpendicular thus allowing us to see the decoration beyond eye level)
 Your cap CANNOT make noise (No bells, horns, or anything that makes noise)

The following are suggestions for appropriate cap decorations:

  • A “Thank You” to a parent, grandparent, family member, teacher, guardian, or mentor
  • Recognition of the university you will attend or military service branch
  • Inspirational quotes

Failure to follow these rules may result in not walking the line at Graduation.

Caps MAY NOT be decorated IF you use a rental Graduation Gown. 

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2020-2021 Senior Timeline

Read below to see a timeline of academic events for the 2020-2021 school year and click on the button below to view a presentation just for seniors! Go Vikings!

  • Talk to your counselor and find out if you are on track to meet A-G University requirements!
  • College Readiness Academy 3-7th
  • UC Application opens August 31
  • Begin researching your school of interest
  • Work on your “Brag Sheet”
  • Create a professional, personal email account dedicated only to college communication


  • Important! Talk to your parent(s)/guardian(s) regarding 2019 tax return information. You will need tax return documents to apply for financial aid
  • Submit any verification documents to UC if required
  • UC Berkeley applicants- remind recommenders of upcoming Letter of Rec (LOR) deadline & send “Thank you” note thereafter if applicable
  • Complete VCCF Scholarship application. The deadline is January 29, 2021 at 10:00 PM.
    • Check with Ms. Vasquez for any VCCF workshops
    • Follow up with recommenders and send “Thank you” note or email
  • Create portal accounts for each individual campus you applied to (be on the lookout in your email!)
    • Review “To Do” checklists on each portal account
  • Apply for financial aid
    • Gather financial documents needed for FAFSA or DREAM Act applications- 2019 State & Federal Taxes
    • Create Webgrants4Students account after applying for financial aid
    • Review Student Aid Report (SAR) and look for errors
  • Visit College and Career Center website for scholarships
  • Register for and attend community college workshops with Oxnard College
  • Review “To Do” checklists on all college and university portal accounts
  • Apply for financial aid via the FAFSA or DREAM Act & be on the lookout for Oxnard College application workshops!
    • Gather financial documents needed for FAFSA or DREAM Act applications- 2019 State & Federal Taxes
    • Create Webgrants4Students account after applying for financial aid
    • Review Student Aid Report (SAR) and look for errors
    • Deadline to apply for financial aid is March 2, 2021
  • Register for and attend community college workshops with Oxnard College
  • Visit the College and Career Center website for scholarships
  • March 2, 2021: FAFSA & DREAM Act  Deadline
    • Create Webgrants4Students account after applying for financial aid
    • Review Student Aid Report (SAR) and look for errors
    • Check to see if you were selected for financial aid verification 
  • Check campus portals for admissions decisions (Mid March)
  • Register for and attend Community College application workshops with Oxnard College
  • Visit the College and Career Center website for scholarships
  • Register for and attend Community College application workshops with Oxnard College
  • Check portals for admissions decisions
  • Sign up for Virtual College Tours of admitted campuses
  • Compare financial aid award letters/offers with Ms. Vasquez (appt. through Calendly)
  • If admitted into a UC campus, be on the lookout for a special event invite (via email) from Ms. Vasquez
  • Submit official Student Intent to Register (SIR) by May 1, 2021
  • Register for University Orientation (Fall 2021)
  • Submit official AP test scores through College Board
  • Complete University Housing application for SIR campus
  • Students will be notified of VCCF scholarship decisions